A Haunting Exhibition in Hong Kong

See also: A Difficult Defense(15 February 2009) Three decades ago, Vann Nath was one of seven people who managed to survive the notorious Tuol Sleng concentration camp in Cambodia. His training as a sign painter was what kept him alive. The Khmer Rouge kept him alive with the idea of painting official portraits for the murderous regime of Pol Pot.

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